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NOBODY PRINT! Selfless hero saves typing pool from carbon catastrophe

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Is a lack of standards holding immersion cooling back?

There are just so many ways to deep fry your chips these days

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The App Gap and supply chains: Purism CEO on what's ahead for the Librem 5 USA

Freedoms eroded, iOS-Android duopoly under fire, chip sources questioned – it's all an opportunity for this phone

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TikTok: Yes, some staff in China can access US data

We thought you guys were into this whole information hoarding thing

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One of the first RISC-V laptops may ship in September, has an NFT hook

A notebook with an RV SoC is cool enough. Did we really need the Web3 jargon?

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Datacenter operator Switch hit with claims it misled investors over $11b buyout

Complainants say financial projections were not disclosed, rendering SEC filing false and misleading

Everyone back to the office! Why? Because the decision has been made

Where should I sit? 'Don't bother me with details, just do it'

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NOBODY PRINT! Selfless hero saves typing pool from carbon catastrophe

Why would you make carbon copies with a laser printer?

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AWS adds bare metal support to EKS Anywhere

And throws some cold water on the 'K8s works best inside a VM' argument

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Tencent Cloud slaps googly eyes on a monitor, says it can care for oldies

It's called 'i-Care' and it screams 'I don't, actually'

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Google location tracking to forget you were ever at that medical clinic

Plus: Cyber-mercenaries said to target legal world, backdoor found on web servers, and more

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Cyberattack shuts down unemployment, labor websites across the US

Software maker GSI took systems offline, affecting thousands of people in as many as 40 states

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Crypto sleuths pin $100 million Harmony theft on Lazarus Group

Elliptic points to several indicators that suggest the North Korea-linked gang was behind the hack

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Microsoft gives its partners power to change AD privileges on customer systems – without permission

Somewhat counterintuitively, this is being done to improve security

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China rallies support for Kylin Linux in war on Windows

openKylin project is latest chapter in Beijing's love-hate relationship with Redmond

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W3C overrules objections by Google, Mozilla to decentralized identifier spec

Oh no, he DIDn't

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Ubuntu Unity desktop back from the dead after several years' hiatus

Thanks to Linux wunderkind Rudra Saraswat, not Canonical, this time

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Cloudera adopts Apache Iceberg, battles Databricks to be most open in data tables

Move follows Databricks' donation of Delta Lake 2.0 to Linux Foundation

Devops tool Jenkins now requires Java 11: This might sting a bit

Final shift set for version 2.357 of developer automation platform

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Open source Office rival Collabora releases web-based CODE 22.05

Already host your own file-sharing tool? Now you can add a web-based office suite on top

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Windows 11: The little engine that could, eventually

Stalled marketshare seems to be creeping upwards again in consumer, enterprise – but adoption still a slog

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Apple lets devs in South Korea switch payment providers – with a lot of legwork

iPhone seller makes changing to a third party payment platform expensive and difficult. We're shocked. Shocked

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Intuit pulls QuickBooks from India, uncomfortably quickly

Walks away from enormous but parochial market, while leaving global development teams in place

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2050 carbon emission goals need nuclear to succeed, says International Energy Agency

Without it, $500b more in investments is needed to reach C-neutrality

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NASA delays SLS rollback due to concerns over rocky path to launchpad

The road to the Moon is paved with... river rock?

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Google to pay $90m to settle lawsuit over anti-competitive behavior on the Play Store

US developers that qualify could receive more than $200,000

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Resurrected Dundee Satellite Station to host quantum Optical Ground Station

Pandemics and university disinterest apparently no match for ingenuity and determination

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Apple's guy in charge of stopping insider trading guilty of … insider trading

He had one job

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